This is still a concept app, and not all screenshots will be final.
This is the perfect tool for radio programmers who need to either print a station guide, or audit what is currently due for scheduling.
This program is also specific for StationPlaylist.
It was originally developed to easily create program guides, but was then expanded to include auditing features, specifically to check programming problems across multiple stations.
Clocks have recently been added now, so you can actually see how an hour is laid out.The window has been made so that smaller screen can scroll to see different parts of the application, otherwise, it’s perfect for larger than 1080p monitors.
Individual clocks of all of the rotations can now be seen.
If you know the awkwardness of trying to figure out what is programmed on a specific rotation and having to go backwards and forwards between schedules and rotations then you should try this out.
Say you are programming for an upcoming event and the rotations are tricky, well this program can take out the guess work without actually having to schedule ahead and make corrections. You make your programming change, then pop in to the RSS Audit, choose the Monday of the date you want to be checked, hit save, and then open. Ta Da! Or, if you prefer, you can just click on each rotation for that day and hour.
RSSAudit will create a 7 day outline using the rotation names (or descriptions if they exist) for any given week (after choosing a Monday).
You just hit “Save as HTML”, and it will create a self contained HTML file.
Click on “Open HTML” and it will show the file in your web browser.
A CSS file which is baked in is available if you’d like to make changes.
These are the sample outputs:
Program Guide with Rotation names
Program Guide with Rotation descriptions
Program Guide with Rotation names and the actual rotation template for auditing.
This program has been specifically designed to use with the StationPlaylist Creator CSV database files – and… it only reads the files. This program does not write to the database or make any changes.